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Publisher:Jakarta Expat




Magazine Description: Indonesia's largest Expatriate Readership Indonesia's largest Expatriate Readership and a warm welcome to our expat community in Jakarta, the rich and vibrant capital city of Indonesia. As an exclusive network for expatriates around the globe, InterNations is your platform to navigate the adventures and challenges of relocating to this thriving Southeast Asian city. We offer a wide variety of resources to make adapting to life in Jakarta as easy and pleasurable as possible. We're a growing community, so please feel free to contribute to this section with your own recommendations and experiences! When you join InterNations, you'll find answers to a range of key concerns, such as how to adapt to Jakarta's conservative culture, where the best places to live are, and how to get the best out of Jakarta's healthcare system. We pride ourselves on facilitating a friendly, inclusive expat community at InterNations, and our members are always happy to offer advice and support for any issues you may be facing. Our goal is not simply to connect you to your fellow travelers, but to help you to integrate fully into the Indonesian way of life. A fascinating and multi-faceted city, Jakarta offers everything from the bustling traditional markets of Pasar Baru and Pasar Tanah Abang to the sleek modern shopping malls of Plaza Indonesia and Senayan City, plus a rich and diverse nightlife and nearby national parks housing some of Indonesia's most distinctive flora and fauna.

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